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Who Gets the Dog?

30th May 2012
Unfortunately, things donít always work out between spouses, and separating is the best choice for both of you. Custody of children is a common topic, along with deciding who gets the home and other objects and property. Up until recently, the state along... Read >
Author: Maria Elena

When Vengeful Fathers Seek Custody, Children Lose

30th June 2011
There is a little known trend in family court that has been brewing for some time now. Fathers are getting custody of small children at higher rates, and this is leading some to question the startling statistic that over 85% of fathers that seek custody o... Read >
Author: Anna Greenberg

Toronto Family Law Toronto Lawyer. Best services for most affordable price

10th August 2009
source provider: Ben-zvi Barrsiter & Solicitor website: http://www.bestfamilylawtoronto.com tel.: 416-568-1411 address: 10 Milner Business Court, Suite 210, Toronto, Ontario, M1B3C6 Family law is a very board area of law. It touches upon anything to... Read >
Author: howng050

How to Increase Your Chance of Getting Custody of Your Child

26th June 2009
There are unavoidable circumstances in a marriage and sometimes it leads to separation and divorce. If you have children, the divorce will be followed by child custody issues and of course as a parent you want to get a favorable child custody arrangements... Read >
Author: Gerry Restrivera

The Proper Wedding Etiquette For A Second Marriage

13th March 2009
What if your heart beats again for the second time? Scary, isn't it? Many questions pop-up your mind especially now that he proposed marriage to you. The first question that your mind have formed was what is the wedding etiquette for a second marriage? It... Read >
Author: Joe Silla

Taking Care of Children After Divorce

25th September 2005
After a marriage is over and you have custody of your children, you will have the responsibility for making the important decisions about your children's upbringing and schooling. In the majority of cases, the other parent still has a right to spend s... Read >
Author: Alex Fir
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